ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Tennessee Titans rookie Taylor Lewan expects to be placed on probation for a drunken confrontation with an Ohio State fan a year ago.

Lewan is returning to an Ann Arbor court Monday. He pleaded guilty in October to being drunk and disorderly.

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Assault charges were dropped, but Lewan will be responsible for $1,700 in medical bills for Ryan Munsch, who might speak in court Monday.

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Lewan is a former Michigan offensive tackle who was accused of hitting the fan outside a bar, hours after the Buckeyes beat the Wolverines in 2013.

Lewan admits he was drunk when his brother got into a confrontation and he joined the angry crowd.

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